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USCF Election News: Drawing Order Print E-mail
By Cheryle Bruce   
January 24, 2013
USCF Chief Operations Officer Pat K. Smith & Crossville mayor J.H. Graham III
Remember the old Abbott and Costello routine “Who’s on first”?  Well, Crossville’s Mayor J.H. Graham III made not only that determination at USCF Headquarters today, but also who’s second through sixth. 

The mayor used a double blind drawing process to decide candidate order on the ballot in the upcoming USCF Executive Board Election.  The results are:

1.    Mike Atkins
2.    Chuck Unruh
3.    Randy Bauer
4.    Beatriz Marinello
5.    Tim Redman
6.    Ruth Haring

Eligible voting members must be registered by March 31, 2013 to receive a ballot for this election.

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